Data from: Anuran predators overcome visual illusion: dazzle coloration does not protect moving prey

Sara Zlotnik, Geena M. Darnell & Ximena E. Bernal
Predators everywhere impose strong selection pressures on the morphology and behavior of their prey, but the resulting antipredator adaptations vary greatly among species. Studies of adaptive coloration in prey species have generally focused on cryptic or aposematic prey, with little consideration of color patterns in palatable mobile prey. Complex color patterns have been proposed to decrease the ability of visual predators to capture moving prey (motion dazzle effect). Most support for this hypothesis, however, comes...
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